- Frank Joseph Whaley (born July 20, 1963) is an American actor, film director, screenwriter and comedian. His roles include Brett in Pulp Fiction, Robbie Krieger in The Doors, young Archie "Moonlight" Graham in Field of Dreams, and Guy in Swimming With Sharks .
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Frank Joseph Whaley (born July 20, 1963) is an American actor, film director, screenwriter, and comedian. His roles include Brett in Pulp Fiction, Robbie Krieger in The Doors, young Archie "Moonlight" Graham in Field of Dreams, and Guy in Swimming With Sharks.
Frank Whaley, Actor: Broken Arrow. Frank Whaley is a critically acclaimed actor/writer/director. He is best known for the films Pulp Fiction (1994) and Swimming with Sharks (1994), and has worked with Oliver Stone multiple times. His feature directorial debut, Joe the King (1999), earned him the Waldo Salt Screenwriting prize at the 1999 Sundance Film Festival. He was born in ...
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Ray Kinsella (Kevin Costner) is an easygoing guy who married his wife, Annie (Amy Madigan), and bought a farm in Iowa. At the movie's beginning, Ray is out in his cornfields at dusk, trying his best to be a farmer. In the corn, he hears a strange voice say, "If you build it, he will come." After hearing the phrase several more times while his family does not, he begins to ask other farmers if they hear similar voices. All the other farmers think Ray is possibly losing his sanity. One day, Ray hears the voice again, but this time sees a vision. He sees a baseball field instead of his cornfield and sees "Shoeless" Joe Jackson (Ray Liotta) standing in the field. Ray tells Annie that the message means he must uproot most of his lucrative crop field to put in a baseball diamond so Jackson will come back from the dead and be able to play again, after being suspended from baseball in the 1920s. Annie is skeptical but tells him to follow the vision, after Ray convinces her that his father n...
Template:Toomuchtrivia 1. In the cast portion of the end credits, it says The Voice is played by "Himself" 2. The original working title of the movie was the same as the book, Shoeless Joe, before it was renamed by the studio. Author W.P. Kinsella later reported that his original working title for the novel itself was Dream Field. Kinsella liked the title Dream Field, but his publishers made him change it to Shoeless Joe. 3. During the filming, in the summer of 1988, the Midwestwas stricken with a severe drought. Water was brought in to irrigate the cornfield and make it look good for the movie. The act of plowing the healthy corn under, to build the ballfield, was met with real-life bewilderment by area farmers whose crops were suffering from the rainless summer. 4. Because of that drought, the outfield grass on the baseball field died and turned brown, and had to be painted green. 5. In the scene where Shoeless Joe Jackson talks to Costner's character about his teammates joining h...
Amazon.com: Field of Dreams: Kevin Costner, Amy Madigan, Timothy Busfield, James Earl Jones, Burt Lancaster, Ray Liotta, Frank Whaley, Dwier Brown, Gaby Hoffman, Phil ...
Aug 25, 2020 · Whaley, a 57-year-old Henninger High School graduate known for roles in “Pulp Fiction,” “Career Opportunities,” “Field of Dreams,” “The Doors,” “Broken Arrow” and Marvel’s ...